Although you may have heard about the benefits of trenchless sewer repair, trenching is still an option for sewer repair in Kenosha, WI and in some areas. In general, trenching can be used when it is more affordable, when there aren’t expensive landscaping features that have to be moved or trees, and when pipe bursting or pipe lining are not as effective or efficient. Most of the time, however, pipe bursting or pipe lining will be considered as a more effective option, but there are some cases where trenching may be preferred.
Trenching might be considered when the landscape is not developed
There are newer homes, or homes that are still under construction that won’t be as affected by trenching. These homes may be able to use trenching because it won’t be as much of a disruption to their landscape. Trenching is not often preferred by people who live in busy areas or who have developed homes because they don’t want to have to deal with expensive landscape repairs. But homeowners that don’t have a developed landscape won’t be as worried about a trench and it may not be a major inconvenience.
A professional plumbing repair company can let you know which method will work best
If you aren’t sure which method, trenchless sewer repair in Kenosha, WI or trenching, contact a professional sewer repair company. It depends on the specific situation, and a professional plumbing repair company can look at your sewer line and your home and let you know if trenchless repair is more preferable. Trenchless sewer repair can save you time and money in the majority of cases, so for more information about trenchless sewer repair or a repair that requires trenching, or to ask any questions about it, contact Feltner’s Sewer & Drain Service today at 1-866-FELTNER.
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